Prep: 10 mins
Cook: 10 mins
Makes 6 large pancakes, Serves 3 

Nothing’s better on a Sunday morning than a big stack of homemade pancakes drizzled with warm maple syrup.  These pancakes are intentionally sweet without the syrup so you won’t need much.  I love pancakes topped with high-protein Greek Yogurt and berries, but feel free to get creative with mix-ins and toppings.  Add a handful of sugar-free chocolate chips, blueberries or chopped bananas and walnuts into your batter before cooking for variety.  You can also thin out the batter with a little more plant milk to make crepes.  When I go out for brunch, I always want the pancakes but NEVER order them because they are pure, rapidly digesting carbohydrates.  Thankfully, just 2 of these detoxed pancakes have 50% of your daily fiber and only 7 grams of net carbs.  These detoxed pancakes will nourish and fuel the body without the carb crash or guilt that comes with a decadent pancake breakfast. Enjoy!

Pancakes Comparison Chart

Dry Ingredients:
1 cup Flour Swap
¼ cup Sugar Swap
1 teaspoon baking powder (no need to double for Grain-Free)
½ teaspoon baking soda (no need to double for Grain-Free)
½ teaspoon salt

Wet Ingredients:
¾ cup unsweetened plant milk
3 tablespoons Butter Swap
1 Egg Swap
1 teaspoon vanilla extract 
Pancakes Collage

Mix dry ingredients then add wet ingredients and mix well until no lumps remain.  Allow the batter to rest for about 10 minutes while you heat a large non-stick skillet or pancake griddle on medium-low.  
When your skillet is hot, mix the batter for another minute then spray your skillet with cooking oil (I use avocado oil).  Drop about ¼ cup of batter into the hot pan (you might need to spread them out a little for Grain-Free pancakes).  Allow the pancakes to completely cook on one side before flipping (this took 8-10 minutes for Grain-Free cakes).  Flip and cook both sides well.  
Top with your favorite yogurt, maple syrup, fruit or nut butter and enjoy warm, straight out of the skillet.  Store uneaten pancakes in the fridge for up to 5 days. 


Pancakes Nutrition Label


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